Comforting Irish Fare
Just the other week, the hubs and I went out for a lunch date. Granted, a lunch date doesn't sound that great to most of you, but having a 10 year-old and 8 year-old, every date we get together is amazing. We decided, mostly out of convenience and novelty to try The Irishmen in Everett, WA.
At first glance, The Irishmen is where I would hang out if I enjoyed bars (we used to). It's clean, the atmosphere is succinct, and I love the posters. On the way to the bathrooms there is even an adorable little buffet that is decorated like your little old Irish grandma lives there. Not to mention the many tvs to enjoy your favorite futbol team.
For lunch I decided (despite the menu warning of a 20 minute wait) to order the traditonal pasties. I love a good pot-pie and/or a shepard's pie, so was willing to wait for my meat and veggies to cook together. I was not disapppnted, Although simple, I would not be able to order these Irish pasties anywhere else in Everett, and my potatoes and veggies were cooked perfectly and with Irish flare taboot.
I can count on one hand the foods I dislike, and I'll typically even eat those. Typically frugal, but I'll pay top dollar for an amazing/unique dining experience. Never passed up a free meal, which has led me to become the #36 ranked eater in Major League Eating. July 4th, 2020 will be my third time competing in the Nathan's Hot Dog eating contest at Coney Island. I've been on ESPN. That's right people, I'm an athlete.